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iciHaiti – Politic : Site inspection tour



iciHaiti – Politic : Site inspection tour
23/03/2020 10:34:03

On the instructions of President Jovenel Moïse, the Prime Minister, Joseph Jouthe, carried out an inspection tour last week of the works of finishing and renovation of the premises to house the Central Hospital of the National Police (HCPN) in Bon Repos, then on the construction site of 600 housing units for the benefit of agents of the National Police of Haiti (PNH), in Delmas 33 https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-30182-haiti-politic-start-of-housing-construction-work-for-police-officers.html .

Accompanied by the Japanese Ambassador accredited to Haiti Mizuno Mitsuaki, members of the PNH High Staff and members of his cabinet, Jouthe urged Nader Joaséus the Minister of Public Works to instruct the National Directorate of Drinking Water and of Sanitation (DINEPA), as well as State Electricity of Haiti (EDH) to work hard to make this center operational very quickly.

In terms of community services stemming from the necessary arrangements to support the

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The John White map, 1585, was the first map to be exclusiviely devoted to Virginia and to show the area with any deree of accuracy and detail. It also was the first map to name the Chesapeake Bay and to illustrate Sir Walter Raleigh’s ill-fated Roanoke colony, where White was Governor in 1587.The orientation of the map illustrates west at the top perhaps due to the early cartographer’s perception of the terrain as they looked westward. In this rare first state of the map, Chesapeake is spelled “Ehesepioc.” The map seen here is a 1590 engraving by Theodore De Bry and is commonly described as ‘that part of Ameria, now called Virginia”

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​Born to a wealthy Protestant family and trained in his native Liège as a goldsmith and engraver, Theodore

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